Montage: Kamala Harris Stammers Her Way Through Tonight Show Interview


FALLON: “Please help me welcome Senator Kamala Harris.”

(Cheering and Applause)

FALLON: “What was Kamala Harris like in college?”

HARRIS: “Oh, well — um — and, um, I worked at McDonald’s one summer. (…) So, um — what, um — it was, you know, probably — I don’t know. (…) You know, I really — I — I — we’ve got to… (…) Our, you know… (…) You know… (…) You know, and I was in the hearing for, you know, the Supreme Court. (…) And, you know, and it’s a real issue and, um, you know, it… (…) And you know, in some of these cases it’s not an extreme statement to say that women will die. (…) So I wish that would have been, um, the… (…) No, you know, um, it’s — I can’t talk about it. (…) But, you know, it’s — it’s that they talk about climate. (…) Um, because I mean… (…) You know, the guy, you know, the president… (…) Um… (…) And part of that has to be to buy back and give people the value, the financial value of — of — of what they have and not just take things from people that — that have value without compensating them.”

FALLON: “Kamala Harris, thank you so much for taking your time. Good to see you. Senator Kamala Harris, everybody.”

(Cheering and Applause)

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